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VENOMLINE: HOME OF THE EXTREME BUILD POCKET AMERICAN BULLY

Top Pocket Bully Breeder Venomline had a busy week and had a blast seeing some dogs that we hadn’t seen since they were pups. The growth and development has been impressive in just 6 months.

We met a new friend from Italy, and also had Alisa from Venomline South to visit with Omega & Dolce. It was great to catch up, let the dogs get out and enjoy each other and Venom (Chunk) is always very excited to see his kids. He goes nuts when he recognizes the smell. He has a lot of kids and still refuses to pay child support, but aside from that he’s a pretty good dad.

Omega, another top pocket bully- looked phenomenal and Venom got to a chance to reunite with daughter Dolce (Venom X Khaleesi) Alisa also got to pick up the keeper female from Venom X Swizz as she will be part of Venomline South’s foundation females. Here are some photos of Venom with 2X daughter Dolce who’s looking great for just turning 6 months old.

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Venomline’s Dolce at 6 months

 

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Venom w/Daughter Lil Ting

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VENOMLINE: THE WORLD’S BEST EXTREME BUILD POCKET BULLIES

Originally from Houston, Texas, we are now located in sunny South Florida.

We are proud to have in-house and to have produced multiple ABKC Champions. Our pocket American bully puppies and adults have been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, BULLY KING Magazine, Bully Girl Magazine, in Music Videos and on television (NBC, Barcroft Animals)

Venomline is known for producing some of the thickest dogs in the world, without sacrificing conformation or health. Our dogs are known for having massive heads, dense bone, broad chests, wide shoulders, short muzzles, and being packed rock solid with muscle on short & compact frames.

When you take one of our dogs into your home, you become family. We are different than most kennels in the fact that we do not use a traditional kennel set up. Our dogs sleep in beds and are a part of our family, not kept locked up in kennels all day. We pride ourselves in producing dogs that have a “wow” factor along with great temperament and athleticism despite the heavy muscle/bone they carry.

Our dogs are DNA & Health Tested, pups come with health certificate, ABKC registration paperwork, shots & de-worming as well as a health guarantee covering any genetic related issues. We ship semen (Stud Service) worldwide and are experienced with the import process and regulations for shipping to any country.

Venomline (South Florida) is proud to announce the opening of our 2nd location- Venomline South located in North Carolina.

ABOUT THE AMERICAN BULLY BREED

The American Bully became one of the fastest-growing breeds in the World in 2018, and it’s easy to see why. Despite their muscular build and “tough” appearance, they are known for being extremely gentle and make great companions.

The American Bully breed is most commonly confused with the American Pit Bull Terrier, although it is now recognized as its own breed.

HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN BULLY BREED

American Bullies are thick, beautiful, impressive muscular dogs with a great disposition towards other dogs, people, and children. When bred correctly, they are athletic and can really move. Obviously not, in the same way, a 45lb American Pit Bull Terrier can. They carry a lot more muscle, and much of the gameness has been bred out. Which makes them perfect family companions.

The American Bully breed was created around 1990 and gained recognition and establishment in 2004 with the inception of the A.B.K.C Registry. The United Kennel Club or UKC recognized the American Bully breed in 2013.

According to the UKC- The American Bully breed was subtly influenced by the infusion of several other breeds, which include the American, English, and Pacific Bulldog as well as the Olde English Bulldogge along with various other bulldog breeds.

What differentiates this breed from the American Staffordshire Terrier and the American Pit Bull Terrier, is it’s physical appearance. The American Bully carries much heavier bone structure and a “bullier” build.

They are friendly with strangers, other dogs, and other animals. Human or dog aggression, extreme shyness or viciousness is very uncharacteristic of the American Bully and is highly undesirable.

Despite the American Bully’s fierce and powerful appearance, their demeanor is very gentle and they are known for being especially good with kids.

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THE REAL SIDE OF THE AMERICAN BULLY ON NBC: AMERICAN BULLY CREDITED WITH CALMING AUTISTIC CHILD

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The Real Side of the American Bully Breed

Venomline owner Matt Siebenthal has been a vocal advocate for the breed and believes that The American Bully Breed has untapped potential as service & emotional support animals. From Vets suffering from PTSD to children with Autism, this breed has an incredible ability to absorb negative emotions.

In this story Featured on NBC Las Vegas, Siebenthal shares the incredible story of Bailey, an autistic teenager who suffered from numerous seizures, uncontrollable fits and meltdowns daily. The Smithsons say that Leo, an American Bully has transformed the life of their son. He’s even been able to get off most medications. Siebenthal says his 1st American Bully saved his life.

After losing everything in a house fire, battling addiction, followed by the death of his little brother, I was in a really dark place. My dog, an American Bully gave him a purpose to stick around and added that their ability to absorb negative emotions helped him get through the bad days.

AMERICAN BULLY BREED INFORMATION

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BREED STANDARD & CLASSES

American Bully Breed Standard & Different Classes according to the American Bully Kennel Club (ABKC)

POCKET

Omega of Venomline | Pocket American Bully

This is an amendment to the basic standard in which a Pocket Bully is determined by its adult height. Males under 17″ and no less than 14″ at the withers. Females under 16″ and no less than 13″ at the withers.

STANDARD

Muscletone’s Butch Cassidy | American Bully Standard

The American Bully should give the impression of great strength for its the size. It is a compact and medium/large size dog with a muscular body and blocky head. The American Bully should have the appearance of heavy bone structure with a bulky build and look.

CLASSIC

American Bully Classic

This is an amendment to the basic standard. A Classic Bully is determined by its body structure and build. Both sex dogs with lighter body frames and less overall body mass, but still exhibiting “bully” traits

XL

American Bully XL

This is an amendment to the basic standard, determined by its adult height. Males over 20″-23″ at the withers. Females over 19″-22″ at the withers. It is important to note that the XL Bully variety is simply taller than the Standard American Bully. XL dogs share the same build, body type and breed type as the Standard American Bully.

XXL BULLY

This isn’t a real classification of American Bully it’s a term used to market XL dogs. If a dog reaches the height and size of an XL, that’s it’s class.

EXOTIC BULLY

Exotic Bully

The American Bully in itself is a family new breed — barely 25 years in the making and stemming off from the bullier type American Pitbull Terriers, American Staffordshires and various types of bulldogs. The American Bully has a bullier, shorter, more compact, dense body than your average pit bull.

The exotic bully, however, is a relatively new term for the “overdone” type of bullies often times being mixed with smaller bulldogs. They often have exaggerated features and a plethora of issues.

The majority of exotics you see online are heavily photoshopped, a disturbing trend started by the BullyCampline. Although there are some nice ones, the majority of them are huge letdowns when seen in person. Many exotic bullies are complete train wrecks, with massive underbites, high rears, easty westy fronts, sway backs with short life spans and breathing issues.